You've got to wonder just how Topshop, HM, and the like manage to crank out millions of pieces each season while keeping their prices at...

You've got to wonder just how Topshop, H&M, and the like manage to crank out millions of pieces each season while keeping their prices at rock bottom.  Unfortunately, those in the know, know, and aren't too happy about it. 

The Independent reports:

The woman who turned Topshop into a temple to cheap chic has risked the wrath of her former boss, Sir Philip Green, by warning of an impending "backlash" against fast fashion.

Jane Shepherdson, who resigned as Topshop's brand director just days after the news broke that Kate Moss was to design a range for the chain, said it was "getting a bit boring" for people to find their wardrobes full of "cheap rubbish".

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